Airplay is the RAF Benevolent Fund's youth support programme that provides activities and facilities for young people growing up on RAF stations. Airplay at Coningsby has just completed a creative graffiti project.
The young people took part in a graffiti project and their ideas were transferred onto a massive new sign for the Clinton Park Community Centre where the Airplay youth club is based.
This is what a few of them had to say:
“I had a great time at youth club this week because we did gardening and the graffiti project. I took part in this great opportunity because it’s something to do and the other reason is because I’m part of the community.” Liam aged 11
“I enjoyed the graffiti because it’s something to do every day. It’s a chance to be creative and have fun that’s the main thing.” Jamie–Leigh aged 9
“I came to the graffiti project and I really liked it, we used different spray paint and made a new sign.” Callum aged 8
“I enjoyed doing the graffiti because it lets us be creative; it is also lots of fun. I also enjoyed cleaning the memorial because I knew that it was for the community.” Brooke aged 11
Find out more on the Airplay website.